Posts Tagged ‘Camel valley’

Brazilian Cooking with Slovenian, French and English Fizz

‘An evening full of Brazilian cuisine with a Brazilian cook along with three amazing bottles of fizz and within a wonderful setting of The Baldwin Gallery in SW12, London.‘ Brazil is a nation that offers a diverse selection of cuisine thanks to it’s history of immigration from Europe and Asia which will see dishes vary from…

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UK meets Italy in the Name of Sparkling Wine

XVIII century It is 1730 in London, England. ‘Mr Woodbridge and Captain Holland’ a painting by William Hogarth depicts two men, a successful lawyer and a naval officer, sitting around an ornately carved wooden table in the middle of what must be Woodbridge’s office. A servant walks through the door with a note in his…

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Camel Valley – Cornwall 2013 – Bronze Creamy

Congratulations to Camel Valley with their Cornwall 2013 which received a bronze medal at The World’s Finest Glass of Bubbly awards 2017. A panel of 36 top industry wine judges tasted all the entries for 2017 and were able to not only scores wines with medals, but also place them in to easy to understand…

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Camel Valley Brut Welcomed Aboard British Airways First Class

It’s ‘chocks away’ and onwards and upwards for Cornwall’s Camel Valley. as their 2013 Camel Valley brut sparkling wine is welcomed aboard by BA Cabin crew.  The Cornish sparkler made by Sam Lindo will be served in British Airways First Class. The order, the biggest in the history of Camel Valley, followed a blind tasting…

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Waitrose Starts Exporting English Wine To China

Waitrose has become the first supermarket to start exporting English wine to China. As part of the supermarket’s support of the English wine industry, four English sparkling wines will be sold through the Royal Mail store on Tmall, the huge Chinese online marketplace operated by Alibaba Group, from 12 April. With over 100 wines available…

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